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But we should note these statistics can be misleading. "The bill is pretty clear that you will not be able to prepay, even if you could, your income taxes", said Darien Shanske, a tax law expert at the UC Davis School of Law. This married couple with a small manufacturing business in Pittsburgh has $300,000 in pass-through business income. This is important because a credit reduces your tax, dollar for dollar, whereas a deduction reduces your income.
  • Judge Dismisses Emoluments Lawsuit Against Trump

    Judge Dismisses Emoluments Lawsuit Against Trump

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    Richard Painter, the vice-chair of CREW and a former ethics czar to President George W. Bush, told Mother Jones that CREW was looking for a way to continue the case. U.S. Department of Justice spokeswoman Lauren Ehrsam said the Trump administration "appreciates the court's ruling". CREW's argument against Trump rested on his decision not to sell his business holdings before the inauguration.
  • Winter Weather Advisory issued for Thursday night and Friday AM

    Winter Weather Advisory issued for Thursday night and Friday AM

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    Ice accumulations of up to one-quarter of an inch could also make traveling hard tonight and Saturday in parts of southern Vermont. "It looks like the Panhandle will see some more snow late Friday night into Saturday ", Cox said. Temperatures will fall to 47 degrees by 5 p.m., and there is an 80 percent chance of precipitation. Light snow has been falling in northern Iowa since the morning.
  • New global group will put pressure on North Korea, Tillerson says

    New global group will put pressure on North Korea, Tillerson says

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    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told the council last week that North Korea must "earn its way back to the table" and vowed that the "pressure campaign must and will continue until denuclearisation is achieved". "We'd just go straight to the military option", he added. There is more than a little hypocrisy in USA demands that North Korea cease its "threatening behavior".
  • Hugh Jackman Jokes About Wolverine Movie Musical

    Hugh Jackman Jokes About Wolverine Movie Musical

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    Unfortunately, it isn't very good , at least as far as critics are concerned: reviews describe a movie with an overwhelmingly madcap energy that puts a glossy spin on Barnum's life, leaving numerous thornier questions surrounding his legacy bumped to the margins between musical numbers.
  • Israel Rejects UN Vote as Palestinians Hail It

    Israel Rejects UN Vote as Palestinians Hail It

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    Netanyahu thanked to the U.S. President Donald Trump and the countries that favored the Jerusalem move alongside Israel. "Israel rejects the United Nations decision and at the same time is satisfied with the high number of countries that did not vote in its favour", said a statement from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office.
  • Sarah Sanders: Dems should have been 'begging' to participate in tax reform

    Sarah Sanders: Dems should have been 'begging' to participate in tax reform

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    Representative Ted Lieu launched the first attack on Ms Sanders on Twitter, quoting a now-deleted tweet from the Hill that inaccurately quoted Ms Sanders as having said that Republicans "begged" Democrats to work with them. "This may qualify as the stupidest thing she's ever said", one user added. "I wish the Trump administration would also admit errors when that happens".
  • Penn National Gaming, Inc (NASDAQ:PENN) Shares Bought by Bamco Inc. NY

    Penn National Gaming, Inc (NASDAQ:PENN) Shares Bought by Bamco Inc. NY

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    The stock increased 5.10% or $1.5 during the last trading session, reaching $30.9. FMR LLC increased its stake in Penn National Gaming by 689.3% during the second quarter. Penn Natl Gaming Inc now has $2.67B valuation. (NASDAQ:PENN) for 8,400 shares. Parkside Fincl Fincl Bank invested in 54 shares. 12,194 are held by Profund Advsrs Lc.
  • An Undocumented Teen's Abortion Would Be Another

    An Undocumented Teen's Abortion Would Be Another "Trauma", A Trump Official Argued

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    Scott Lloyd heads the Office of Refugee Resettlement at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which faces an ongoing lawsuit over its refusal to allow teens in its care to have abortions. In an email to the AP, Lloyd said HHS facilities "should not be supporting abortion services pre or post-release". However, the ACLU argued that the department is unconstitutionally blocking the teens from obtaining abortions.
  • Clare Council give Donald Trump permission to build a wall

    Clare Council give Donald Trump permission to build a wall

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    The application was lodged on December 22, 2016 and has attracted more than 40 submissions from interested parties, including Eammon Ryan TD, West Coast Surf Club; Irish Surf Association Ltd; Save the Waves Coalition; Friends of the Irish Environment; community groups and individuals.
  • United Nations mulls new N Korea sanctions, vote could happen Friday

    United Nations mulls new N Korea sanctions, vote could happen Friday

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    The US proposal will be approved on the condition that none of the 15 members of the Security Council's North Korea sanctions committee object to the ships being designated by Thursday, December 21, 2017. The 10 vessels on the list are suspected of carrying contraband goods in violation of United Nations sanctions related to Pyongyang's nuclear program.
  • 8.8 million sign up for Obamacare in strong showing

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    Enrollment proved strong throughout the 45-day enrollment period, though it hasn't yet matched the 9.2 million who picked policies during last year's period, which ran until January 30. The administration also cut funds for outside groups that help reach and enroll likely ObamaCare consumers by 41 percent. Nevada's health insurance exchange signed up a record number of people in health plans this year, despite a shorter enrollment period.
  • US Demands Blacklist for North Korean Ships

    US Demands Blacklist for North Korean Ships

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    The United States has led a drive to step up sanctions on North Korea in response to Pyongyang's efforts to develop nuclear-tipped missiles capable of hitting the United States. "However, all this depends on how North Korea behaves". "What's important for North Korea to know is that this pressure campaign will not abate, we will not be rolling any of it back, it will only be intensified as time goes by, and it will remain in place until they agree to give up their nuclear weapons and allow ...
  • Two in Five Americans Favor Trump Impeachment Hearings

    Two in Five Americans Favor Trump Impeachment Hearings

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    A similar gap existed among independent voters, which leaned 51 to 35 percent Democrat. 34 percent said they viewed Republicans favorably. Quinnipiac said that by a 50-46 edge, voters think Trump should resign in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations more than a dozen women made against him during the 2016 presidential election campaign.
  • 8.8 million enroll on federal health insurance exchange

    8.8 million enroll on federal health insurance exchange

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    The Trump administration stopped most outreach and other efforts this year aimed at getting people to sign up. CMS Administrator Seema Verma announced the final enrollment on Twitter, and thanked her team for making open enrollment "the smoothest experience for consumers to date".
  • May Set To Avoid Second Defeat After Accepting Change On Brexit Date

    May Set To Avoid Second Defeat After Accepting Change On Brexit Date

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    She refused five times to answer a question from Labour's Yvette Cooper on if the parliament would get a vote in primary legislation on the divorce deal before European Union leaders pass it themselves. And, hinting the vote would in fact be on a "yes-no" motion, she added: "There will be an opportunity for Parliament to vote on that withdrawal agreement, before that legislation is brought into place".